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Nepal’s Anshu Gurung Becomes British Gurkha Army Captain!

Originally from Pokhara Metropolitan City-22, Anshu, along with her family, is currently staying in Farnborough, UK.
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Nepal’s Anshu Gurung Becomes British Gurkha Army Captain!

Probably for the first time in history, a Nepali woman has secured a high-level position in the British Gurkha Army.

A 27-year-old Dentist Anshu Gurung has been appointed as the captain in the British Gurkha Army on Saturday. She was honored with an insignia of a captain.

According to Yogesh Gurung, Vice Chairman of South East Regional Tamu Dhin and Advisor of Tamu Dhin, UK, Anshu has already completed a 10-week training for her new post from the Royal Military Academy Standhurst.

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Anshu Gurung is the youngest daughter of former British Gurkha Color Sergeant Amar Gurung. Her mother Suku Gurung is the Chairman of Bhumdikot Society, UK.

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Originally from Pokhara Metropolitan City-22, Anshu, along with her family, is currently staying in Farnborough, UK.

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She joined the British Gurkha Army after receiving her dental degree from Queen Mary University last year.


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